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Category Archive: Expelled

Jan 04 2009

Ruloff Shows He Really Does Understand Hitler

An in-depth interview in the Vancouver Sun shows just what an unapologetic liar and propagandist the producer of Expelled is. His research on the methods of the Nazis brings to mind a Greek saying a friend of mine once told me: “I’m listening to your words, but I’m watching your feet”. Walt Ruloff’s words, as …

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Apr 18 2008

I Am The Very Model Of A Devious Creationist

Ok, this is what comes of being just a bit too obsessive. On this thread over at pharyngula, is copious evidence that PZ’s commenters are a talented bunch! (Go ahead, look–you know you want to!) But somebody asked where I was, and long story short, my brain now hurts from putting the following together. (on …

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Apr 18 2008

Friday Limericks: Expelled!

I hear a rumor that today there will be more than a handful of bloggers taking aim (metaphorically speaking) at the movie “expelled”. I can’t think of a better topic (or worse, I suppose) for this week’s Friday Limericks. Enough to make me wait up until midnight to post! Lots of good rhyming words here, …

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Apr 06 2008

Poe, Poe, Pitiful “Expelled”

Those who read the words of Myers know the fellow rarely tires,No surprise a film desires his opinion, strongly held:When they filmed him, on location, and they held a conversation,It was all prevarication—lies are where Ben Stein excelled.And producer, too, Mark Mathis, lying’s where the man excelled,For the movie was “Expelled” “From our schools and …

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Mar 25 2008

Expelled: The Ballad

Come gather round people, I’ll sing you the taleIt’s bigger by far than a land-dwelling whaleCompared to it, stories from Shakespeare will paleIt’s glitter, and glamour, and glory,More drama than all the last season of Maury It all started out with a promising planWith two different views of the journey of ManAnd so nice and …

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Mar 21 2008

The Trojan Myers

When reinventing historyIt’s best to keep the mystery;If witnesses are noticed, it is best to take them out.And although the act is telling,You’d be better off expellingDoctor Myers, if you see him, just because the man’s a lout.You see, PZ is a witnessTo the movie’s lack of fitness—He is one selection pressure that would render …

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